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Just rescued from Cabanatuan Prisoner of War Camp, Albert Hayes enjoys Red Cross Package in Field Hospital.

Frederick ‘Ted’ Howden

Regimental Chaplain

Clovis Man Returns from Luzon Prison

 

SAN FRANCISCO — APR. 11, 1945 — First Sgt. James M. Hamilton, Clovis, N.M., is among American soldiers who have reached here en route to their homes after being freed from Japanese prison camps in the Philippines.

He was with a group including 46 Americans and 14 British arriving yesterday aboard a Navy transport. The Americans were sent to Letterman General Hospital.

John Hamilton

April 10, 2010

Sendai Camp #8, Kosaka

Claude Hatch

1912 - 2010

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Soldier Helped Him Survive Death March

 

During the Death March, the prisoners Jack Finley was with were made to run a gauntlet. Sick for having drank bad water, Finley credited Sgt. James B. Heard, the son of a former Hobbs, New Mexico mayor, for his salvation.

“We knew we had to walk past them and so, as we approached them, we started running. What they were trying to do was knock us down so they could beat us to death. I felt all these poles hitting my back and arms, but I thought I was still going to make it through. Just about the time I thought I had made it, one of the Japanese soldiers shined a flashlight in my eyes and blinded me while another one hit me over the head with one of those big bamboo clubs and I started falling. As the Japanese soldiers started to surround me, this J. B. Heard guy I was with just lunged right through the group of them like a football player and grabbed me by the waist and pulled me free. When I finally came to, I saw the road going by and realized I was being carried. He finally put me on my feet and someone else did first aid to my head because it was split open and bleeding. The Japanese didn't follow us because they had other prisoners coming down the road to beat on.”

 

James Gilbert for the

Hobbs News-Sun

 

J. B. Heard died in a prison camp in Osaka, Japan in 1943. Jack Finley passed away in Albuquerque, New Mexico on July 11, 2002.

 

“He was a big husky rascal. I heard later that he had became a first string tackle for Texas Tech. In fact, he was All Border Conference. At that time, New Mexico was in the border conference with Texas Tech. He was drafted and ended up overseas with me on my M4 Director. He was my azimuth director. He was a man that should have been honored and some kind of medal given, because he was a man, I’ll tell you.”

 

— William 'Bill' Overmier

September 2010

Prisoner Is Dead

 

TULAROSA, OCT. 4, 1945 — Luther Henderson, member of the 200th, died of malaria a month after the fall of Bataan, his parents have been informed by Leslie Fleming of Alamogordo, liberated prisoner who has returned home.

Simon R. Hernandez

1919 - 2004

 

During the “Colors of Courage Community Event” held over the weekend of May 7 - May 9, 2004, Simon Hernandez was awarded medals earned in defense of the Philippines in the opening days of WWII.

 

“Simon enjoyed woodcarving, traveling and spending time with his family. ...his strength and courage will be with us always.”

 

— Alison Corey, Daughter

Full Tribute

Harold Hubbell

1905 - 1988

 

Evacuated with the severely wounded to Australia on the Mactan, the last ship out of the Philippines in January 1942, Hubbell traveled New Mexico after returning to the US bringing news of “the boys” to families around the state.

THE NAMES PROJECT
A B C D
E F G H
IJ K L M
N O P Q
R S T UV
W YZ    

NAME

W = West Side of Park

E = East Side of Park

UNIT & BATTERY

 

EXAMPLE:

William Hagedorn was attached to C Battery, 200th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft). The column bearing the names of the men of C Btry, 200th CA(AA) is located on the West side of Bataan Memorial Park.

 

An (*) designates those men known to have died overseas.

 

ARE YOU SEEING THE PICTURES & STORIES ON THE RIGHT? FOLLOWING THE LINKS WITHIN THE LIST OF NAMES?

  Hagedorn William J. W-200C
* Hall Milus L. E-515H
  Hall Wallace A. E-515G
  Hallett Benjamin S. W-200H
  Hamblin Orland K. W-200C
  Hamilton James M. E-515RegHq
  Hamilton John   W-200B
* Hamilton Johnny   W-200D
* Hamilton Joyl H. W-200G
* Hammond Fred J. W-200B
  Hamrick Eugene E. W-200F
* Haney Russell L. E-515F
* Hardy Richard J. W-200D
  Harman Lloyd R. E-515C
  Harrington Neal J. W-200Hq1Bn
  Harris Carl S. W-200A
  Harris Donald C. W-200G
  Harris Earl R. W-200H
  Harrison Arthur J. W-200Hq1Bn
  Harrison Ferrell E. E-515C
* Harsh Melvin C. W-200G
* Hartford Oliver L. W-Officer
  Harvey Charles D. W-200Hq1Bn
* Hasso Charles E. W-200MD
  Hatch Claude A. W-200Hq2Bn
  Hatton Everett C. W-200C
* Hawley William L. W-200B
  Haws Alfred A. W-200G
* Haws Claude B. W-200A
  Hayes Albert   W-200B
  Haynes Glenn R. W-200RegHq
  Hays Joseph   W-200A
  Hayter Tony F. W-200D
* Hazlewood James H. W-Officer
  Healy Thomas G. E-515H
* Heard James B. W-200B
  Heck Marion W. E-515A
  Hedstrom Harold E. E-UNK
* Hein Edward H. W-200Hq1Bn
  Heinsohn Wilber W. W-Band
* Henderson Luther A. E-515G
  Henfling George F. W. W-Officer
* Henry Boyd N. E-515A
  Herbert Irwin H. W-Officer
  Hern Ed M. W-200Hq1Bn
  Hernandez Adolfo S. E-515C
* Hernandez Arturo   W-200G
  Hernandez Cipriano M. W-200G
* Hernandez Edubigen E. E-515F
  Hernandez George V. W-200E
  Hernandez Jose G. W-200D
* Hernandez Lorenzo   W-200D
  Hernandez Simon R. E-515F
  Herr Clifford E. E-515MD
* Herrera Eusebio   W-200D
* Herrera George S. W-200C
* Herrera Lorenzo R. W-200F
* Herrera Nestor   E-515G
  Herring Herman A. W-200B
* Herring Lester D. E-515H
  Herring Louis R. W-200H
  Hickle Paul F. W-200F
  Higgins Howard   W-200MD
* Hightower Charley C. W-200F
  Hill Alfred C. W-200C
  Hill Donald E. W-200RegHq
* Hill Elmer V. W-200F
  Hill J. T. W-200Hq2Bn
* Hillard Guy W. W-200F
  Hise Harold C. E-515D
  Histia David S. E-515A
* Hnidak-Bailey John S. E-515D
  Hnulik Richard A. E-515F
  Hobbs Homer B. (Jr.) W-200E
* Hobbs Roy D. W-Band
  Hoddy William A. W-200A
  Hodges Thomas O. W-200G
  Hodgson Charles H. E-UNK
* Holcomb Jesse C. E-515F
* Holland William C. W-200B
* Hollingsworth Wellington E. W-200G
  Holt Lawrence L. W-200B
* Holton George T. W-200A
  Holyak John   W-200Hq1Bn
* Hood Henry A. W-200F
* Hood Johnnie D. E-515A
* Hooten William R. W-200G
* Hopkins James A. W-200H
  Horabin William S. W-Band
  Hoskins Calvin R. E-UNK
* Hoskins Earl C. W-200C
* House Jess C. W-200A
  House Roy J. E-515F
  Houston Walter W. W-200E
  Howard George W. W-200C
* Howden Frederick B. (Jr.) W-Officer
* Howe Wallace A. W-200RegHq
* Howell Burl C. E-515G
* Howell Clayton F. W-200A
  Hoyl John B. W-200Hq2Bn
  Hubbell Harold   W-200C
* Huchton Robert D. W-200E
* Huddleston LeRoy   E-515G
  Hudgens Sidney R. W-200A
* Huerta Raul   W-200Hq1Bn
  Huerta Trino C. W-200G
* Hughes Eugene L. E-515A
* Hulbert Melvin F. W-200G
* Huling Orall L. E-515MD
* Hunt Richard B. E-515G
* Hunt Thomas E. E-515D
* Hunter Ellis M. (Jr.) E-515G
* Hunter James E. W-Officer
* Hunter James P. E-515F
* Huston George H. E-515B
  Hutchins Rowland H. W-200A
  Hutchison Russell J. W-Officer
  Hutchison Woodrow M. W-200B
  Hutto Calvin R. E-515Hq1Bn
* Hutton Roy J. W-200Hq2Bn
  Huxtable James T. W-200RegHq
* Hynes George J. E-515G